Service Helps People Fall In Love Based On What They Hate

Service Helps People Fall In Love Based On What They Hate

Hater is a new dating app available for those who are tired of all the fluff

Jiwon Kim
  • 6 february 2017

These days, there are too many dating apps and they all differ from each other only slightly. Once people decide which one to use, it takes time and effort to create the perfect profile. For those tired of the fluff, dating service Hater may be the answer to many prayers. Hater is a dating app that does not match up users based on what they like, but what two people mutually hate.

The app is officially launching on February 8, but its beta version is currently available. Users can choose from 3,000 topics to comment on. This includes controversial topics such as building the wall to personal feelings on slow walkers. Swipe down to hate or up to love, left to dislike or right to like someone. Other factors such as location are also considered when matching people up.

Unsurprisingly, the presidential election is one of the most hated topics. For those seeking to filter potential mates through politics during these rough times, this app is a perfect solution.


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